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Old 15th Oct 2010, 11:05   #61
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Why not add vacuums or dust extractors, had been cutting/sanding NSF for yonks but have recently discovered how dangerous the saw dust is when it is from mdf.wikes sell a decent vac for 40

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Old 24th Apr 2011, 13:06   #62
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nice idea covers a lot of tools
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Old 26th Apr 2011, 09:19   #63
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@ Yaka: Excellent idea! I really like promoting safety. Will add that when I have the time and energy (busy life atm).

@ password: Oclocker deserves the creds for hatching the idea. =)

@ everyone: sorry for not updating frequently lately. Been away from the pc world for a while. Also it actually takes more time and energy than one might think to find _good_ images and making updates. Between work and life, there's not much time and energy left for this. <=/
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Old 7th Jun 2011, 02:34   #64
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thank you very much....
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Old 12th Sep 2012, 22:06   #65
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Not sure if you're still updating this but a reasonable set of:

Allen Keys:


That drive this style of bolt:


Torx Keys


That drive this style bolt:


Spanners (metric/imperial):


Engineers Compass/Dividers: (for marking out fan holes)


Centre Punch (manual or spring loaded):


Hope this helps
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Old 18th Dec 2013, 22:03   #66
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Add Cleco temporary clamps and pliers to the list. Look them up, the easiest way to do sheet metal properly
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